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A group of Latino mentors smile for a photo in front of a banner with a red tree logo and CREAR Futuros beneath it.

Scaling Up: Latino Peer-Mentorship with Community Resources

The Hispanic Federation partners with Hispanic-serving institutions in New York, Florida, North Carolina, Connecticut and Illinois to empower students with culturally competent resources and guidance.  

Boxes of Plan B sit on a shelf in a pharmacy under a sign that reads "sexual wellness"

Student Wellness Tip: Make Emergency Contraception Accessible

Across the country, institutions are adding vending machines to their campuses for students to purchase emergency contraception when they need it.

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Getting Students to Think Sleep

Many college students aren’t getting enough sleep. Following are six ideas for promoting sleep, including wellness pop-ups on campus, online sleep education and classroom-based interventions.

A woman stands in a classroom talking to students on their laptops in front of a wall feature a circle with the six Life Design principles.

Program Innovation: Students Consider Life Design Campuswide

An institutional focus on Life Design principles at Bowling Green State University encourages students to take charge of their life and embrace their ambitions. Two new centers provide staffing and programming for holistic student success.

Leaders from the University of Utah and Salt Lake Community College unite a red ribbon with a blue ribbon, joining at a red and blue bow.

Positive Partnership: College and University Share Campus, Strengthen Transfer Pipeline

Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah jointly manage a building on SLCC’s Herriman Campus and will enroll students for associate and bachelor’s programs at the one facility.

LEP students are recognized at a ceremony in spring 2022.

Leveling the Playing Field for Pell-Eligible Students

A scholarship program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for Pell-eligible students receives additional financial and services, modeling supports in place for student athletes.

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All in A Day’s Work: Give Your “3 Cents” Worth

To support online learners, a former professor at Walden University provided brief essays expanding on instructional topics to demonstrate real-world application and counter common wisdom.

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Success Program Launch: Promoting Belonging in Econ, Business

To boost retention and persistence among minority business and economics students, the University of California San Diego launched a peer mentoring program, among other support services. The first year benefited 20 mentees.